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Reincarnation of the Cheater
Reincarnation of the Cheater
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Bell is a high school student who one day finds that he can cheat at almost anything he could find, a way to cheat would just pop into his head. And so after deciding to test it out, he showed up in the world's first vrmmo, the developers couldn't find out how he was finding all of these cheats despite countless patches and in the end, no matter how many times they banned him he continued to show up with new accounts. This started the legend of one person who can cheat at literally anything. But what would happen if one day he wakes up to a mysterious message on his computer?

Author's Notes: Schedule will be 4 chapters a week. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
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Accelerated Growth Adventurers Appearance Changes Cheats Demi-Humans Dungeons Elemental Magic Fantasy Creatures Fantasy World Game Elements Goblins Gods Guilds Level System Lucky Protagonist Magic Monsters Multiple Reincarnated Individuals Overpowered Protagonist Reincarnated into Another World Reincarnation Skill Assimilation Summoning Magic Sword And Magic Time Manipulation
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      New Cryzy
      Status: c10
      Jul 24, 2020

      This is just simply a refreshing no-bullsh*t isekai. It is somewhat of a wish fulfilling novel but still full of pure entertainment and nothing else. If you're looking to read something laid but not too complex this is it.

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      Status: I don’t remember anything
      Jun 18, 2020

      I have three big issues with this story. First, our main character. He is so extremely forgettable and bland I literally don't remember this name as I'm writing this review. Hell, I remember that guy Finn (or Fizz I forgot cuz he's bland too) better than our main character, and that's because Finn has a goal while the MC doesn't. Finn wants to protect the MC. It's a terrible goal but at least it's something to push his actions. Our MC has no goal. We don't even know why he cheats. Does he get satisfaction out of winning by cheating? Is there something he has to cheat to get? Why does he do anything he does? 

      My second big issue is the disconnection with the story. What I mean by that is that everyone's emotions seem incredibly dampened and they don't react to things the way they should. Two big examples are our MC and Finn. Our MC just got f**king killed by an unknown entity and kidnapped to another world and his reaction is "ok". What?! A normal person would be screaming and crying and freaking out! If the character is meant to be calm and collected, that has to be set up. Show them reacting to surprising situations with a poker face. But there's none of that in the story. Main character dies, he walks it off like nothing happened and within five minutes forgot all about Earth until Finn brought it up. The other example is Finn. He waited three years for our MC to show up and his reaction is "hey dude I'm supposed to protect you". Like, no. If I waited three years for something to show up and one day it finally did I would be jumping for joy and cheering. Finn does none of that. There are other minor examples too. MC learns magic exists and doesn't react at all. The guard runs into a suspicious person with no ID and the first thing he does is not to detain him or question him but to let him into the city. Things like that.

      My third issue tied in to the second, and it's that you always put "said" or "asked" at the end of dialogue. Compare these two lines: "We are about to die", Joe said. And "We are about to die!" Joe yelled. Which one seems more realistic and powerful? You also don't have to always put the "said" at the end of dialogue. It can be in the middle or at the beginning. Switch it up. Bring in some variety. It makes things more interesting and immersive.  

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